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Tracklist


1The Icicle Melts2:54
2Zombie5:06
3Empty3:27
4I Can't Be With You3:08
5Everything I Said3:52
6Twenty One3:08
7Disappointment4:15
8So Cold In Ireland4:45
9Ridiculous Thoughts (Live)4:22
10Ode To My Family4:30
11Dreaming My Dreams3:36
12Dreams (Live)4:32
13Linger (Live)5:12
14Ridiculous Thoughts4:32
15Zombie (Live)5:15
16Daffodil Lament6:13
17Yeat's Grave3:00
18No Need To Argue6:53

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
74321 23344 2The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(CD, Album)Island Records74321 23344 2Europe1994
ICT 8029, 524050-4The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(Cass, Album)Island Records, Island RecordsICT 8029, 524050-4Spain1994
74321 23344 4, 524 050-4The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(Cass, Album)Island Records, Island Records74321 23344 4, 524 050-4Germany1994
ES 2816The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial, Bla)Euro StarES 2816PolandUnknown
STARCD 6132The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(CD, Album)Island RecordsSTARCD 6132South Africa1994
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
74321 23344 2The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(CD, Album)Island Records74321 23344 2Europe1994
ICT 8029, 524050-4The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(Cass, Album)Island Records, Island RecordsICT 8029, 524050-4Spain1994
74321 23344 4, 524 050-4The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(Cass, Album)Island Records, Island Records74321 23344 4, 524 050-4Germany1994
ES 2816The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial, Bla)Euro StarES 2816PolandUnknown
CID 8029, 524050-2, 524 050-2The Cranberries No Need To Argue ‎(CD, Album)Island Records, Island Records, Island RecordsCID 8029, 524050-2, 524 050-2Israel1994

Credits


  • Bass GuitarMike Hogan
  • Design, Art DirectionCally On ArtDalkyIsland
  • Drums, PercussionFeargal Lawler
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarNoel Hogan
  • Engineer [Assisted]Julie Gardiner
  • Mastered ByAnne-Marie Suenram, George Horn
  • Music ByHogan (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 9)
  • Music By, Lyrics ByO'Riordan
  • Photography By [Just A Photo]Andy Earl
  • Producer, EngineerStephen Street
  • Remastered ByGary Hobish
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, KeyboardsDolores O'Riordan
  • Written-By [Strings], Directed By [Strings]Dolores O'Riordan
  • EngineerStephen Street
  • Liner Notes [解説]伊藤なつみ
  • Lyrics ByDolores O'Riordan
  • Music ByDolores O'Riordan, Lawler (tracks: 1-14), Mike Hogan
  • ProducerStephen Street
  • Bass GuitarMike Hogan
  • Design, Art DirectionCally On ArtDalkyIsland
  • Drums, PercussionFeargal Lawler
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarNoel Hogan
  • Engineer [Assisted]Julie Gardiner
  • Music ByHogan (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 9)
  • Music By, Lyrics ByO'Riordan
  • Photography By [Just A Photo]Andy Earl
  • Producer, EngineerStephen Street
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, KeyboardsDolores O'Riordan
  • Written-By [Strings], Directed By [Strings]Dolores O'Riordan
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric GuitarDolores O'Riordan, Noel Hogan
  • Bass GuitarMike Hogan
  • Design, Art DirectionCally (tracks: Cally On ArtDalkyIsland)
  • Drums, PercussionFeargal Lawler
  • Lyrics ByO'Riordan
  • ManagementRough Trade Management
  • Music ByO'Riordan, Hogan (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 9)
  • Producer [Assistant], Engineer [Assistant]Julie Gardiner
  • Producer, EngineerStephen Street
  • Recorded By [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant]Edward Douglas (tracks: 6, 11)
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Written-By [Strings], Directed By [Strings]Dolores O'Riordan

Notes


℗ 1994 & © 2015 Island Records
Reissue on 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeve that includes the lyrics.
Remastered for vinyl by Gary Hobish at A.Hammer Mastering And Digital Media, San Francisco.
Mastered for vinyl by George Horn and Anne-Marie Suenram at Fantasy Studies, Berkeley.Made in R.S.AComes with obi-strip and includes fold-out insert with Japanese liner notes and lyrics translations.Limited edition of 1500 copies in a gatefold jacket with a clear and blue hype sticker.Repacked for the Taiwan market with Obi.

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 6001210742838
  • Barcode (on sticker on shrink): 6 46315 02028 1
  • Label Code (on sticker): PLA 2028 LP
  • Barcode (on jacket): 6 46315 52021 7
  • Barcode: 4 988011 347429
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L231
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L237
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, CD2): IFPI 4001
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Barcode: 7 31452 40502 9
  • Barcode: 646315520217
  • ASIN: B0020559-01
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): A.MS S-93283 PLAIN-202 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): A.MS PLAIN-202 B S-93284

Companies


  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Enterprises
  • Distributed By – City Hall Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Island Records Inc.
  • Made By – PMDC, France
  • Recorded At – The Manor
  • Recorded At – The Town House
  • Recorded At – The Magic Shop
  • Mixed At – The Manor
  • Mixed At – The Town House
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Island Records Inc.
  • Licensed To – Island Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Island Music Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Mercury Music Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Mercury Music Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • Record Company – PolyGram
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Island Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – The Manor
  • Recorded At – The Town House
  • Recorded At – The Magic Shop
  • Mixed At – The Manor
  • Mixed At – The Town House
  • Distributed By – City Hall Records
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Enterprises
  • Mastered At – Fantasy Studios
  • Remastered At – A. Hammer Mastering
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-93283
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-93284

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Rating: Whoa Slow down, pal This album is pretty good, but you cant buy everything in the store. Legal Privacy Cookies Imprint Creator Resources Blog Charts Popular searches. Ode to My Family I Can't Be with You Twenty One Zombie Empty Everything I Said The Icicle Melts Disappointment Ridiculous Thoughs Dreaming My Dreams Yeat's Grave Daffodil Lament No Need to Argue. Текст песни: Theres no need to argue anymore. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1994 Cassette от No Need To Argue на review of No Need to Argue originally appeared in the November 1994 issue of SPIN. The deluxe reissue of the famous album will be on the market from September 18. Everybody wasn't a laugh riot, to be sure, but No Need to Argue starts to see O'Riordan take a more commanding and self-conscious role that ended up not standing the band in good stead later. It contains the band's most successful single to date, Zombie. It shows a more mature performance by lyricist and vocalist Dolores O'Riordan, writing about war, death, love and disappointment. No Need to Argue is the second studio album by The Cranberries and was released on October 3, 1994. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1994 Cassette от No Need To Argue на Cranberries are set to re-release their sophomore album No Need to Argue in September this year, featuring demos, remixes and live recordings from the era. It contains the band's most successful single, Zombie. And the thing that makes me mad, Is the one thing that I had. I gave all I could, but it left me so sore. It shows a more mature performance by lyricist and vocalist Dolores O'Riordan, writing about war, death, love and disappointment

The Cranberries - No Need To Argue MP3
Performer: The Cranberries
Genre: Rock
Title: No Need To Argue
Country: Japan
Released: 25 Nov 1995
Style: Alternative Rock
MP3 album: 1091 mb
FLAC album: 2986 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 688
Source: 2 × CD, Album
№ Cat: PHCR-5004
Label: Island Records

The Sphinx of Driz
I always take these pressings with a grain of salt and hold my breath. I was surprised this was the Blue Limited Vinyl, there was no indication on the VMP Store about it when I purchased it. Surprisingly good pressing :)
Dark_Sun
Analog Spark needs to do this one too, though with so many recently put out by Plain it looks unlikely.
Warianys
The Plain reissues are great.What turntable/received/Speakers you have listen your copy? because in my rega P3 with Yamaha A-S201 Received and Sony Floor-Standing speakers the sound is awesome, deep bass, separate instruments, no clicks or pops. People that keep saying that the Plain record reissue is a crap either lie or didn't have this version of the record.I have the OG version and the different between both is minimal.
Faegal
My pressing doesn’t have much in the way of surface noise but it was cut a bit too hot as there is some distortion in Dolores’ voice at times. It’s far from a great sounding reissue but until a better one comes along (maybe Analog Spark can take a crack at it like they did the first album), this one will do. Also doesn’t hurt that I only spent $13 on it.
blac wolf
Never ceases to amaze me how many people are critical of this release without ever having physically held, let alone played, an actual copy....Opened my copy to find the vinyl very clean and with very good sound.
Angana
Диск кривой, волнами. Вторая сторона проигрывается с перескоками. Ужасное переиздание.
Blueshaper
Just a recap on my take of this release, I got my replacement a few weeks after sending the other back and it plays fairly well, I'm sure it's just a transfer from a CD or digital file but it doesn't sound bad to me, very like a pressing from GZ media in Europe or united in the US. Not going to set the world alight but pleasant if your lucky to get a good pressing, and unless the original comes down in price or a decent reissue is made it will do nicely. I'd listen to this any day over my weak lifeless united pressed / sterling mastered copy of Adele 21, that is the bench mark for modern pressed utter garbage..
Cel
Picked up a copy today and no problems with it. A nice gatefold (both sides open up) and no problems with the vinyl either. I was worried that it would be one of those half-volume reissues that are popular but nope, this is was full bodied. Her vocals seem less retrained to me.
Risinal
Sounded like a CD rip to me so I returned it to the merchant...sleeve is not gatefold and is printed poorly...
Zodama
I spotted this in LP form at a local store the other day and was excited to see it being finally released on vinyl. Leave it to Discogs to warn and disappoint, as this is credited to Plain Recordings. Some years ago I fell for their edition of a Primus album that sounds like absolute crap and for what it's evident this seems to be a consistent story with all of their reissues. Too bad I'd have to pass on this one - if I'm paying top coin for new vinyl I expect the quality of pressing and sonics to be on par with the cost. Otherwise it's just a "plain" rip-off (pun intended).
Bolv
Plain Recordings are essentially a BOOTLEG factory who have ZERO authorization from the artists to reproduce their recordings. They are notorious for using highly-distorted CD sources for their awful vinyl reissues. If you seen the name 'PLAIN' on a repress, you should AVOID at all costs. It baffles me how this horrid record label is still in business, re-releasing beloved albums that sound like absolute shit. Spread the word about this atrocity of the vinyl resurgence and help the crusade to put them out of business forever.
Drelahuginn
The Cranberries' official facebook page announces these releases. I take that as at least some indication that they authorized it.
Darkraven
Cranberry colored LP of this comes out in September 2016. Plain is again in charge of the pressing however.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YWBO3OM/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER
Dddasuk
Ohhh dear, wish I'd seen these reviews before I'd purchased my copy, it arrived and I unwrapped it to find side 1 looking like it had been booted across the floor of the pressing plant, I cleaned it up with my record machine but both sides are very noisy, as others have said between tracks and in quite parts, ruins songs like dreaming my dreams.. Clicks and pops I can put up with, specially on older vinyl as to me they are part of the charm of the format, but can't stick the thuds, warbles and repetitive crackles which you often seem to find on new pressings like this, it's like grinding sand between your teeth.. That all said, the album does have a great sound amongst all this, I like the mastering, shame it's ruined by such a crap pressing.We could do with compiling a list of pressing plants best to avoid, as so many seem to produce poor products at the moment, I try to stick to original releases if available and not for silly money. I've foolishly sent my copy back to the retailer but it sounds as though I'm likely to get one back just the same or even worse..
Gardall
I bought mine from my local record store and when I opened it, it was a bit dirty, but after a clean it plays really well and sounds good too. It had a few hairline scratches but overall I thought it sounded really good for the price I payed.
THOMAS
okok so i think i got really lucky or they fixed this pressing cause i just got mine now knowing what i was going in for, and let me say it sounds fantastic!! i mean i know plain is specialized in making the most horrifying pressings out there and i own multiple plain pressings which all suck equally but again wow, i was amazed when i played my copy, little noise( only hearable if you crack the volume all the way up) and the only complain about this is the distortion on some tracks Dolores voice is sometimes painful in this pressing... but the rest is all good
Mr_Mix
the unboxing of this Vinyl Pressing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR3jH9YZ7As
SupperDom
anytime i see that sticker - i avoid like the plague because that means its a plain recordings pos
Mightsinger
I hear only bad things about the vinyl pressings of the Plain-Label, it's so noisy : - (((
It's so easy
Yep. Pretty noisy pressing. 2nd side is a lot worse than the first.
Super P
Same for me - pressing is awful, like you bought some used EX vinyl. I still like it for this price, but be prepare - background noice in pauses/low places and even few crackles (my vinyl even have some fabrique scratchy damage). Cant beleive its official LP, so bad.
Owomed
My copy isnt as noisy as you guys describe. You got to remember that a lot of new vinyl builds up static while being packaged. I always run my records on the nitty gritty before playing to get rid of the static. Make sure your not hearing static buildup. If your not able to afford and wet vacuum cleaner they make those anti static guns too! : )
Eigeni
The quality of my copy is just horrible: a lot of noise in between and during the songs, on both sides. I just learned about Plain Records' reputation on the web and this seems to confirm what I've read... Shame...
Whitebinder
A lot of noise between tracks means it's a low quality pressing. I'm guessing there is noise on quiet parts of the lp too. I noticed each side is about 25 minutes, very unusual for vinyl, which may account for the noise.
watching to future
This pressing was a positive surprise. It sounds great for a 90s album and they did a good job on the gatefold. The only con is that it has a lot of noise between the tracks although I cleaned it twice on a Clearaudio Smart Matrix. There are some white stains caused by the paper inner sleeve. Never the less - I can recommend it! I send a mail to Universal Music. They confirmed that it is an official pressing.
Xwnaydan
How is the sound on this pressing?
Arlana
I was curious on how it would compare to the first pressing. Also just to have a backup copy.
MarF
just out of curiosity, what was your reason for purchasing the reissue when you already had the greek pressing? Thanks!
Conjukus
Sounds good to me.
Mallador
Thanks for your opinion!
Nagor
I have the original greek pressing. Comparing the two, this reissue is definitely louder. The mastering is (must more compressed, bass heavy) The greek pressing is must more natural sounding. guitars and drums have a nice mid range detail to them. Dolores's voice is well centered and her voice sounds like she right in the room with you. Sounds great, again just my opinion i felt the mastering was over-limited and loses some of its dynamic's. If your just getting into the cranberries and vinyl. You just might enjoy this pressing.